Office: Richarda N7
Phone: (320) 363-5190
Place of Birth:
Asbury Park, New Jersey
- Ph. D. and M.A.- Boston College
- B.A. - Trinity College
- Early modern European history
- French history
- gender and women's history
- history of religion
- social history
- HIST 140: European Experience
- HIST 200: History Colloquium
- HIST 333: Gender and Society in Western Europe
- HIST 336: Renaissance
- HIST 337: Reformation
- HIST 341: Enlightenment/French Revolution
While I was finishing my Ph.D., I taught history courses at Boston College, Boston University, and Suffolk University (Boston). I joined the faculty at CSB/SJU in 2000.
I have studied yoga for almost 15 years and recently completed an 8 month long yoga teacher training course. I'm also an avid cyclist. I love to travel, watch French films, and eat French cheeses.
During my sabbatical, I worked on my book project, Women, Religion, and Agency in Reformation Geneva, and recently published material from one of the chapters as an article, entitled, “That in future times they will know our suffering for the love of God..: Jeanne de Jussie’s Petite Chronique” in Early Modern Convent Voices: The World and the Cloister, ed. Thomas M. Carr, special issue of Studies on Early Modern France 11, (2007).